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Interesting.  Gangster/Mafioso  "In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side."

Gangster/Mafioso "In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side.

Do You Think These People Were Created Equal After Seeing These Photos? Photographer Mark Laita, who decided to stand people of different backgrounds, occupations, and appearances next to each other to — in his words — "let the viewer think for themselves about how the two individuals in the photographs relate and what that means."

Do you think these people were created equal after seeing these photos?

'Created Equal' is an incredible photo project by Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita that explores the contrasts between different social backgrounds.

Created Equal: A Study of the Clashes Between Different Social Backgrounds by Mark Laita

Created Equal: A Study of the Clashes Between Different Social Backgrounds by Mark Laita

Created Equal: Photographers Amazing Series Aims to Explore Inequality In American (PHOTOS)

CREATED EQUAL – CONTRASTS OF LIFE, BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT BY MARK LAITA

Created equal – Contrasts of Life, Beautiful photography project by Mark Laita

'Created Equal' is an incredible photo project by Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita that explores the contrasts between different social backgrounds.

"Created Equal" by photographer Mark Laita: At the heart of this collection of diptychs is my desire to remind us that we were all equal, until our environment, circumstances, or fate molded us and weathered us into who we have become." (French Chef/Short Order Cook)

Do you think these people were created equal after seeing these photos?

In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side.

College Graduate/High School Dropout. Photo Credit: Mark Laita.

Side-By-Side Photos Illustrate Inequality in America

In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side.

Social Class and Well-Being After the Great Recession (click thru for analysis)

Upper Class Not Feeling the Sting of Tough Times: Social Class and Well-Being After the Great Recession (click thru for analysis)

Created Equal A Series Of Although Created Equal, We Are All Different.

Created Equal: Photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality in America by photographing "dyptichs" of people of contrasting social status and cultural values. Shown: Company President and Janitor.

social commentary through juxtaposition

In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side.

Created Equal: A Stunning Photo Series Exploring Cultural Difference in America  Photographer Mark Laita - http://marklaita.net/

Created Equal: A Stunning Photo Series Exploring Cultural Difference in America

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